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K1W1 - Annie Crummer, Debbie Harwood and Barbara Griffin

When:

Sat 20 Apr 2013, 8:30pm–11:00pm

Where: SkyCity Casino, 90 Federal St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R20

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Listed by: SKYCITY

Head to SkyCity Casino Auckland for non-stop fun and excitement. Wrapped up in one magnificent venue you'll find the world's most popular casino games, fantastic live entertainment and great food and bar offerings.

R20 to enter. Host responsibility limits apply.

Annie Crummer – Annie’s first solo album ‘Language’ reached platinum status and spawned the No3 hit ‘See What Love Can Do’ recorded with Herbs. She has supported Ray Charles, KD Lang, Paul McArtney, Michael Jackson and Sting. More recently she had the female lead role of the Killer Queen in Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’.

Debbie Harwood – After three solo releases Debbie Harwood formed the Kiwi phenomenon When the Cat's Away that in the late 80s was named ‘Top Group’ at the NZ Music Awards as well as celebrating a gold album and the No 1 single Melting Pot. She sang on the official song for the Commonwealth Games in 1990 and then joined Jimmy Barnes' and Diesel's bands as backing vocalist and toured Australia extensively.

Barbara Griffin - is a songwriter, composer, producer and keyboard player signed to Sony/ATV. Barbara was a member of 80's Wellington band 'the Holidaymakers', whose single 'Sweet Lovers' was number 1 for six weeks, winning seven NZ music awards. Barbara has worked live or in the studio with artists as diverse as Joe Cocker, Randy D. Jackson, Delta Goodrem, Jon Stevens, David Campbell and the list goes on. A long-term collaborator with both Annie and Debbie, having played in both Annie's band and the When The Cats Away band, Barbara looks forward to reuniting with two friends she calls 'NZ Legends.'

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